Deadly Snake Alert for Ant and Dec in Australia
Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, the beloved hosts of ITV’s I’m A Celebrity, have received a warning to be cautious of deadly snakes during their stay in New South Wales, Australia.
The alert was issued after a venomous snake, believed to be an Eastern brown snake, was spotted near their apartment at Kingscliff beach.
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According to a show insider, Ant and Dec need to keep a close watch when on the beach and in the surrounding areas.
The “large brown snake” was observed exactly where the hosts typically spend their time between shows. The insider emphasized the seriousness of the situation, stating that brown snakes, especially the Eastern brown variety, are not to be underestimated.
Eastern Brown Snake: Australia’s Aggressive and Toxic Reptile
Known for their aggression and bad temper, Eastern brown snakes pose a significant threat. They are responsible for more deaths in Australia than any other group of snakes annually.
With the second most toxic venom among snakes globally, an Eastern brown snake’s bite can cause progressive paralysis and prevent blood clotting, necessitating multiple doses of anti-venom.
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Ant and Dec, familiar with snakes from their encounters during bush tucker trials on I’m A Celebrity, are no strangers to these reptiles.
However, the recent warning emphasizes the potential danger posed by a snake with venom as potent as that of the Eastern brown variety.
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